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Visitors to the country often remark on the beauty and grace of the Thai people and their traditions. Herbal recipes and procedures handed down through centuries testify to the importance of beauty and well-being in Thai culture. It is no wonder then that Thailand has become well-known for its spas, which are fast turning into centres for things beautiful and serene. Of all the components that make a spa special, the type of products used ranks high on the list. Products are indicative of what is considered important by spa operators and are selected because they complement the spa’s concept and suit their guests’ needs and preferences. Every successful spa knows that products are one of the key factors in attracting and keeping guests. In short, spa products for therapy and retail are essential elements in a memorable spa experience. At their best, they are a sensory delight that not only engage touch, taste, hearing, sight and smell but also impart a sense of wellbeing and beauty.

Spa goers have a range of goals, but two of the most important are to relax and to look good. That is why so many spas use natural, “feel-good” spa ranges as well as more expensive imported brands that provide more immediate visible results.

With the growing number of spas worldwide offering an extensive range of treatments, it is interesting to know that massage is still the most frequently requested spa therapy. Massage is primarily about touch, and touch in itself has healing qualities. Despite the many techniques and principles, the effects, psychological and physiological, remain the same. Massaging the muscles relaxes and stimulates the circulation so that blood flows freely, carrying oxygen and nutrients to where they are needed. By working on the circulation, regular massage can help normalise blood pressure, easing the pressure on overburdened arteries and veins. Massage stimulates the lymphatic system which is responsible for nourishing cells, carrying waste products out of the body and defending the body against infection. At the same time bodywork improves muscle and skin tone, stimulates the nervous system and improves overall body health. The treatment menu at a good spa will invariably include several types of massage. Many of the more popular ones including Thai Massage originated in the East. But whether Western or Eastern there are similarities in the techniques used, and often they consist of a combination of the different forms of bodywork.

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